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How to best spend $100 in Brisbane

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Like most cities, Brisbane in Australia can be an expensive holiday destination. However with a little careful planning, you can see the best of Brisbane on a budget of just $100!

While you can create any itinerary with a little research, this presentation presents a well-rounded itinerary that showcases Brisbane arts, culture and some outdoor activities that will allow you to see lots of Brisbane at very little expense.

For a maximum holiday experience at a minimum cost, simply follow the suggestions in this presentation. The suggestions include visiting the Planetarium, see the Marvel Exhibition at GOMA, going abseiling, exploring New Farm and cycling your way around Brisbane.

I have lived in Brisbane my entire life and to me, this is how you will best spend $100 in Brisbane. If you want budget accommodation for your Brisbane holiday then do consider our affordable holiday apartments in Kangaroo Point. They are not only close to the activities mentioned in this presentation, but they are incredibly budget-friendly, starting at just $AUD140 per night.

If you’d like further information on any of these activities, be sure to head to our blog to read the full post. http://www.bridgewaterterraces.com.au/things-to-do/best-spend-100-brisbane/

If you’re looking to maximise savings whist in Brisbane, then start by booking affordable accommodation. Bridgewater Terraces have well-equipped self-contained holiday apartments starting at $140/night.

Bridgewater Terraces
56 Wharf Street, Kangaroo Point, Queensland
P: 07 3435 5216
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How to best spend $100 in Brisbane

  1. 1. $100 IN BRISBANE How to Best Spend
  2. 2. The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium offers an experience of a lifetime. Catch a show in the Cosmic Skydome and learn about the solar system. General admission is free; however shows in the Cosmic Skydome cost $15.80 for adults. Visit the Planetarium Cost: $0-$15.80
  3. 3. Until Sep 3rd, the Marvel Exhibition is on display at the Gallery of Modern Arts. Even if you’re not a Marvel, GOMA is a one attraction not to be missed. There’s plenty of Exhibition, guided tours, workshops and films for young and old. See the Marvel Exhibition at GOMA Cost: $25
  4. 4. For those that love outdoor adventure, abseiling down Kangaroo Point Cliffs is a must. Guided by experienced instructors, you’ll enjoy uninterrupted views of Brisbane from the best seat in the house. Best of all you don’t need any experience and can be as young as 8 to participate. Go Abseiling Cost: $49
  5. 5. Fancy spending a glorious day in Brisbane without it costing a cent? New Farm is the place to do just that. Visit New Farm Park for a picnic, visit the New Farm famers markets or the Jan Power’s Powerhouse Farmer’s Markets to see some of Brisbane’s best produce on display. Explore New Farm Cost: $
  6. 6. Brisbane’s CityCycle programme offers tourists the perfect opportunity to take a scenic ride around Brisbane for next to nothing. Enjoy fresh air and glorious views along the Brisbane River riding between South Bank and Kangaroo Point. Cycle around Brisbane Cost: $2
  7. 7. DoyouneedbudgetaccommodationinBrisbane? If you’re looking to maximise savings whist in Brisbane, then start by booking affordable accommodation. Bridgewater Terraces have well- equipped self-contained holiday apartments starting at $140/night. Click here to visit our website
  8. 8. bridgewaterterraces.com.au 56 Wharf Street, Kangaroo Point, Queensland Ph: +07 3435 5216